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Hi not heard anything from Restons but I now have a letter from lowell solicitors about a different debt on a capital one card.

 

They have sent me the same PAP letter so I am going to send a CCA to lowell financial and the IBA to lowell solicitors.

 

Just wondered do I send the CCA to lowell financial P.O. box no at Northampton or their head office in Leeds. Lowell solicitors is the same p.o. box no as lowell financial. Thanks

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I have received a letter from lowell solicitors about a debt on a capital one card that was sold to Lowell Financial. They have sent the pre-action protocol form to complete.

 

I need some advice please.

 

Am I right in sending a CCA to lowell financial with the £1 postal order and the completed PAP form back to lowell solicitors completing box D and I?

 

Just wondered do I send the CCA to lowell financial P.O. box no at Northampton or their head office in Leeds. Lowell solicitors is the same PO box No in Northampton as lowell financial in Northampton. Confused because if I send both letters to the PO box No's they are going to the same place.

 

Are they both in the same office? If I send the Lowell Financial CCA to Leeds will they still get it or do I send it to the PO Box No on their letter?

 

Lowell solicitors letter is dated 24th May so My 30 days are up on 23rd June.

 

Thanks

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Trent House, Station St, Nottingham NG2 3HX CCA request recorded delivery, advice on PAP will be forthcoming

 

Thank you.

 

Is that Lowell Financial address or Lowell Solicitors?

 

I have a Leeds address for Lowell Financial at Savannah Way, Leeds and also a PO Box for Northampton.

 

So do I send the Lowell Financial CCA to the address at Northampton that you quoted.

 

Sorry about this I am just confused as to what to send to which address.

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Is this Capital One at Trent House, Station St, Nottingham NG2 3HX?

 

Please can someone help.

 

I thought the CCA had to go to Lowell Financial and the PAP back to Lowell Solicitors.

 

I am unsure of Lowell Financial address as just have PO Box No in Northampton but though Lowell Financial were in Leeds.

 

Can someone clarify.

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Thanks.

 

I have read the links and done the CCA letter using the template.

 

Completed the PAP following the instructions on the link.

 

My concern is where to send the CCA for Lowell Financial.

Do I send to the PO Box No in Northampton or their head office at Savannagh Way in Leeds?

 

The address at Trent House in post #2 is for Capital One.

Just wondered why I would send it there as they are the original creditor and not the DCA that has bought the debt.

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That what I understood CCA goes to Lowell Financial.

 

I must be missing something here as there is no address in post #4 just a link which takes me to the PAP protocol page.

 

I'll just send it to both the PO Box No at Northampton and their head office in Leeds I guess.

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No worries.

 

I didn't think this was the Lowell financial address - google tells me it is capital One head office (Trent House, Station St, Nottingham NG2 3HX) post #3

 

I need to send to Lowell financial who have bought the debt from Capital One.

 

Just need the Lowell address if anyone knows it or do I just send to the PO Box No?

 

PS hope the socks were clean :-)

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Lowell

 

Financial institution in Leeds, England

Address: Ellington House, 9 Savannah Way, Leeds LS10 1AB

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Hi

 

In response to me sending back the completed PAP to Lowell Solicitors back in June 2018 I have now received a letter from Lowell Solicitors enclosing copy of agreement, default notice & notice of assignment.

 

Please can someone advise what I should do now before they continue with the Pre-Action Process?

 

I had completed sections D and Section I of the PAP back in June 18.

Lowell Solicitors response 2nd Jan 2019.pdf

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no the original copy is readable but I have tried to get the upload clearer.

 

Any advice on next step?

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I have scanned again and it is a bit clearer.

 

The text is so godamn small on the capital One agreement but readable with my glasses on!

 

The transaction details are just on plain paper with no company heading so could these be made up?

 

Can someone advise if they have sent all the required papers I requested in the completed Pre action reply form back on 18th June 2018.

 

Having only received their response back on 2nd Jan 2019 is this acceptable?

 

Please advise as I am unsure how to respond to this and have been looking for info in the forum.

 

Kappers

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Thanks dx100. yes my thoughts were it should be SB'd May this year.

 

I cant access the library on here to use the letters and no response from admin how to register.

 

What do you think. Do I just wait now and see what happens after 30 days or set up a payment arrangement.

 

I cant find out the right advice what to do.....

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probably just a clitch.

 

what letter were you after...don't think we've advised you to sent any pointless letter tennis?

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Was thinking of an SB letter but am not sure.

 

Yep I did ask for advice and would like some on what to do next with the response/papers that Lowell Solicitors sent me.

 

Do I just go ahead and pay somehow.....

 

Can anyone give me some advice please

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